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13 July 2010 @ 11:15 pm
Well, there they are.

They're both so... tiny T________T;;; I can't think of the last time I saw such a baby-faced pair of shinko leads.

I have an impulse desire to shield Ami-chan from haters, but another part of my brain screams SHE'S ONLY KEN ONE ;__________; Oh Hankyuu Gods, please be kind to her and don't do anything stupid.

On the subject of shinko, I was reminded that Kari-chan had Sakina's role. When I initially heard the announcement I thought it wouldn't be much, but now that I think of how big that part was in the show... Kari-chan, I'll bet you rocked it ♥ ♥ ♥ Ahhh want to see >_____<

On Roget in general -- I apparently didn't read closely before. It SOLD OUT for Tokyo. Why is it still so empty in Mura then??? *boggles* @____@ I guess people were saving their money for the final run...
Current Mood: tiredtired
Es ist Zeit zu Leben.violet_tango on July 13th, 2010 02:43 pm (UTC)
I think I remember that Datenshi for example also wasn't sold out in the Mura.

And concerning Ami-chan, please don't think I hate her in any way. I am completely on your side concerning everything, and (I guess as you) it would be a stupid idea to make a ken-1 actress, who is ken-1 for about three or four months now, into a top star.

I hope all these things will work out well.
Julie: alice windowwao_wao on July 13th, 2010 02:49 pm (UTC)
I wouldn't imply that of you -- I know you're not the kind of person who can hate someone you know so little about. I just meant that there some very nasty people on the internet who are very antagonistic about her and 96ths in general, you know.
Es ist Zeit zu Leben.violet_tango on July 13th, 2010 03:00 pm (UTC)
I have experienced anything of those anti-fans only once, and it was the way people commented on a video of one of Ami's songs at the Bunkasai. I nearly cried because of how terrible that was.
People who think they have the right to hate that much without making a difference are nearly as bas as that one particular girl who bullied the other one out of the school. This hate doesn't help anyone, and is nothing I would ever expect of anyone I know in person.
And if... even if Ami should become top star now, even if I don't want that to happen, I want to support her as much as I can, especially because I think she needs that additional strength.

I'm sorry I am babbling so much about these things at the moment. It makes me so, so nervous.
happy_riceball on July 13th, 2010 03:20 pm (UTC)
Yay, I'm glad Tokyo sold out! :D

Do you know anyone who saw the shinko? I'm very curious too.
Julie: alice meg smirkwao_wao on July 13th, 2010 05:19 pm (UTC)
Reading what anonymous internet people have to say... Well, skipping all the nastiness, the consensus of favorable reviewers seems to be "she's adequately skilled but not so amazing that she should rocket up to top stardom". People are saying her singing is good but line delivery kind of amateurish (SHE'S ONLY KEN-1, I cry again...)
michiru42: Wao and Hana: Kiss to the Flamesmichiru42 on July 13th, 2010 07:25 pm (UTC)
I think Ami looks pretty sophisticated for her age, actually. The dress suits her.

On ticket sales...Tokyo always sells better than Mura, so I can't say I'm surprised. If Asako was an exception, well...she was Asako. *shrug*
Julie: kazu thinkwao_wao on July 14th, 2010 01:36 am (UTC)
I know Tokyo always sells better than Mura; it just seems like such a jump from "○○○" at Daigekijou to "×××" in Tokyo. It's impressive, certainly.

On Ami: on the surface she does look sophisticated, I admit -- I guess it's just having seen her since Music School that makes me unable to let go of the bably quality underneath. ^^;;;
3peanuts: Evil Hankyu3peanuts on July 14th, 2010 08:42 am (UTC)
I despise haters. Whatever happens, bad or good, it's seldom a fault to be put on the girls' shoulders. So yes, I'm wishing Ami the best. If she has talent, it'll show, no matter her age...
Julie: alice katherine shoulderswao_wao on July 14th, 2010 05:06 pm (UTC)
If she has talent, it'll show, no matter her age...

A noble standpoint. Unfortunately I'm on the side of all the musumeyaku who were passed over for some fresh, young "talent".
3peanuts3peanuts on July 14th, 2010 09:44 pm (UTC)
I absolutely see your point. But still, I can't blame the girl for wanting a fast career and for taking the chance offered by managers. She wouldn't be on the escalator if somebody hadn't put her on it...but once she is, I don't understand the hating. In her place, I would hold on to the step I had been put on like moss on rocks. I hope I managed to explain myself: it's a delicate subject and I don't mean to say anything offensive.